SAI Global announces Standard 1.2.7 seminar

SAI Global Limited
Monday, 04 November, 2013

SAI Global has announced it will present a seminar on Standard 1.2.7, the new Health Claims standard. The seminar will cover all the ‘need to knows’ of the standard.

The seminar will be held in Sydney on 11 November, Melbourne on 14 November and Brisbane on 4 December. It will be presented by compliance specialist James Elton, who is an expert in the implementation of food safety management systems and a food labelling specialist.

Participants will:

  • gain an understanding of the implications of the new standard,
  • understand how to determine whether claims can be made about a particular food,
  • understand what claims can and CANNOT be made under the new standard,
  • get an opportunity to pose questions based on individual business needs and concerns,
  • walk through some practical ways to market products using Standard 1.2.7,
  • look at the ways market leaders are currently taking advantage of Standard 1.2.7,
  • consider alternate promotion methods where Standard 1.2.7 cannot be used for a particular food,
  • workshop concrete examples of how to apply Standard 1.2.7.

To register for the seminar, click here or call 1300 727 444.

SAI Global also recently welcomed a new trainer to the team. John Fallon has more than 20 years’ experience working in food safety. With qualifications in animal husbandry and meat inspection, Fallon has worked as national manager for one of Australia’s largest fully integrated food manufacturers. Most recently, he has developed programs for the management, training and verification of regulatory food safety auditors in NSW.

Fallon will share his expertise across all of SAI Global’s food safety training courses.

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